Felicity Huffman Officially Pleads Guilty In Boston Court, Prosecutors Recommend 4 Month Prison Sentence

May 13, 2019

Felicity Huffman has officially pleaded guilty in the College Admissions Scandal.

The A-list actress arrived at the Boston Federal Court House earlier today, and recently plead guilty for allegedly paying $15,000 to alter her daughter's test scores. According to The Hollywood Reporter, because she was one of the first parents to plead guilty the prosecutors recommended a prison sentence on the "low end" of the guidelines that were set.

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Aside from the prison time, the recommendation also included a $20,000 fine and 12-months supervised release. In court, Huffman broke down and opened up about her daughter saying she, "has been seeing a neuro-psychologist since she was 8 years old." 

We have also learned that Felicity Huffman's sentencing hearing has been set for September 13, 2019.